Opera House Entertainment Schedule

2017 Entertainment Schedule
Ticket Sales begin March 20th.
Dinner Theater at the Rockwood Opera House is an all inclusive experience!  Wine Tastings begin 30 minutes before all shows, followed by Catered Dinner and the Show. All tickets require advanced reservations

Show prices vary and include pre-dinner wine tasting, dinner, show, tax & gratuities all for less than $50 per show! 
April 7, Friday - 6:30 PM
"Death and Taxes or The Peasants are Revolting!" by Steve Werber
Murder Mystery presented by Mysterys Most Wanted

Back by popular request, Mysterys Most Wanted is returning to the Rockwood Opera House to perform another interactive dinner presentation requiring audience participation. Come join the fun!!

Welcome to the Middle Ages, when peasants toil, rats frolic and the king is...well, king! Pestilence and disease aren't the only things that are deadly, we hear that tax season might kill you too!


May 17, Wednesday - Noon and 6:30 PM
"Branson on The Road" featuring Debbie Horton, Donnie Wright and Brian Capps

We at the Rockwood Opera House work very hard to bring you the best entertainment around and when we find a group traveling between dates in our area, we try to snag them along the way...and guess what...
 
"BRANSON IS COMING TO ROCKWOOD" - You don't have to drive 900 miles to experience a Branson show because Branson is coming to the intimate Rockwood Opera House on May 17th. They blew the house away last November and by popular demand we're having them back. Get your tickets early because this show SOLD OUT the last time they were here. Branson On The Road is seen nationally on RFD-TV and endorsed by the Branson Chamber of Commerce as their traveling ambassadors. Classic country, bluegrass, gospel, rockabilly and FUN! Branson On The Road will leave you standing on your feet cheering for more! Visit www.BransonOnTheRoad.com

May 23, Tuesday - Noon
Lee Alverson

Lee Alverson is an award winning performer/composer known for his mastery of the piano. He has shared the stage with Barry Manilow & The Beach Boys and has composed music for TV & Film projects which include writing the complete score for the British Film "SILVER", which debuted at London's Genesis Theater in 2015. Lee's showmanship has made him a favorite attraction with over 3,000 international performances. His show features piano driven Rock n Roll Classics in the Tradition of "Jerry Lee Lewis" combined with moving instrumental selections in the tradition of "Liberace." Visit www.alversonentertainment.com

June 6, Tuesday - Noon    
"Amazing Women of History - Shirley Temple Black" featuring JoAnn Peterson
 
JoAnn Peterson is an accomplished actor and singer who has performed in professional equity theaters as well as community theater. JoAnn has turned her love for acting and history into performing first person portrayals of some of history's most amazing women. JoAnn is also a playwright, penning murder mysteries and a Civil War show.
 
Shirley Temple Black - From being the top box office draw during the Depression to the Ambassador of Czechoslovakia, child star and diplomat, Shirley Temple Black left an inspiring legacy. She co-founded the International Federation of Multiple Sclerosis Societies, was the first female Minister of Protocol, the first celebrity to openly discuss breast cancer, served as Ambassador to Ghana and as a delegate to the United Nations.

July 7, Friday - 6:00 PM  
"Tribute to the Good Ole USA" featuring Danny Conner & Pamela Hottle
 
Travel across the USA in song, from "New York, New York" to "San Francisco". You will even get a chance to hear Pam play the dulcimer dressed in pioneer garb. The last set is a good old patriotic tribute to our country and our military. Enjoy showing your patriotism while waving flags while Danny sings "God Bless The USA" which he sang on ESPN when the tribute to the Flight 93 victims was held on the Somerset County Courthouse steps in 2001.

July 17, Monday  - 7:00 PM
"Pittsburgh's Piano Man" Lee Alverson
 
Lee Alverson is an award winning performer/composer known for his mastery of the piano. He has shared the stage with Barry Manilow & The Beach Boys and has composed music for TV & Film projects which include writing the complete score for the British Film "SILVER", which debuted at London's Genesis Theater in 2015. Lee's showmanship has made him a favorite attraction with over 3,000 international performances. His show features piano driven Rock n Roll Classics in the Tradition of "Jerry Lee Lewis" combined with moving instrumental selections in the tradition of "Liberace." Visit www.alversonentertainment.com

July 21, Friday - Noon and 6:30 PM  
"Salute to the songs of the Statler Brothers" featuring the River City Boys
 
During their 47 year career, The Statler Brothers amassed five Grammy's, two Academy of Country Music awards, and three Country Music Association awards! Since 1955 they have released 38 albums and 69 singles and when they retired in 2002 they left millions of fans wanting more - and now you can have it! The River City Boys will bring the "Salute to The Songs of The Statler Brothers" with the Tribute to the Statler Brothers 2002 "Farewell Concert". "Flowers on the Wall", "Do You Remember These", "Do You Know You are My Sunshine" and more. The River City Boys - Brian, Dale, Mike, Scott and Jamie - are all veteran members of many favorite gospel groups, and they are all big Statler fans. They miss their original live concerts as much as you do, so they're taking the music back on the road to entertain fans everywhere. To learn more about The River City Boys, visit www.therivercityboys.com

July 31, Monday - Noon      
Elvis tribute "One Night With You" featuring Walt Sanders

Walt Sanders has been thrilling audiences all across the country over 20 years. With a fresh perspective on an age old tradition, Walt Sanders sets out to revolutionize the tribute artist industry. Walt DOES NOT pretend to be Elvis, although he performs from his heart as Elvis did, there is a unique quality to Walt that puts his tribute above all others. Walt and his band have been regular entertainment in the Pittsburgh market as well as at the Rockwood Opera House. Come experience the difference for yourself. Visit www.onenightwithyou.net

August 4, Friday - 6:30 PM
"Tribute to Reba McIntrye" featuring Marie Levin

Country Weekly magazine's grand prize celebrity contest winner, Marie was featured twice in their magazine, autographed at Fan Fair and was part of the TNN Awards show hosted by Jeff Foxworthy. Marie was selected by Hollywood Squares and The Weakest Link to appear on their celebrity impersonation edition shows. She has also worked with Mickey Rooney in the movie Bamboo Shark. Touring across country at various casinos and corporate functions, she performed at Nashville's Wild Horse Saloon. 

Marie not only fools die-hard Reba fans with her looks and vocal skills but her makeup artist and son. Audiences continue to be amazed by Marie's uncanny ability to produce the sensation of spending an evening with the Queen of Country - Reba McEntire.

August 5, Saturday - Noon
"Tribute to Reba McIntrye" featuring Marie Levin

August 11, Friday - Noon and 6:30 PM    
Adam Pope and the Rebel Roots

"A refreshing country and rockabilly show with energetic/thoughtful songs about faith, family, country, humor, a pig, and more!" "Ain't Over It Yet" is a song that flawlessly and powerfully captures our emotions, fears, anger and determinations from 9-11 to today! I absolutely believe this song is anointed and an urgent reminder to stay awakened and determined to preserve our culture, liberties, freedoms (our Republic) under the grave, clear and present danger of this enemy. No other song has ever captured all the 9-11 emotions like this one. Visit

August 15, Tuesday - Noon     
"Cher and Friends" featuring Suzanne Laughlin

Suzanne's "Cher & Friends Variety Show" is the ultimate all-around variety act. The clever mixture of comedy & props along with spot-on vocal impressions that include not only Cher, but female greats like Karen Carpenter, Shania Twain, Anne Murray & Nancy Sinatra, makes for a truly unique & Entertaining performance! The show climaxes with a surprise at the end of every show. Facebook: Suzanne.Laughlin

August 21, Monday - 6:30 PM   
"Tribute to the Good Ole USA" featuring Danny Conner & Pamela Hottle
 
Travel across the USA in song, from "New York, New York" to "San Francisco". You will even get a chance to hear Pam play the dulcimer dressed in pioneer garb. The last set is a good old patriotic tribute to our country and our military. Enjoy showing your patriotism while waving flags while Danny sings "God Bless The USA" which he sang on ESPN when the tribute to the Flight 93 victims was held on the Somerset County Courthouse steps in 2001.

September 13, Wednesday - Noon   
Mobsters, Molls and Marinara written by Mysterys Most Wanted Cast

Mysterys Most Wanted audience interactive murder mysteries have entertained our groups many times, don't miss this one. Come join the party at this gin joint set in the roaring twenties where every night was New Years Eve. But "speak easy" because the bathtub gin ain't the only think that'll kill ya. Solve the murder of a local Chicago crime boss. Who knows, you may even be the mug who saves the day.

September 22, Friday - Noon and 6:30 PM    
"Tribute to John Denver" featuring Chris Collins

Collins strikes a resemblance to Denver, and often accentuates it with a Denver-styled haircut and granny glasses. But he doesn't do an impersonation. "We try to present John Denver's music in a John Denver style without actually imitating his voice and his humor," Collins explains. "We don't go back and research what he said and those types of things. We bring the audience something that's reminiscent of a John Denver show but that feels completely fresh." Visit www.bouldercanyonband.com

October 17, Tuesday - Noon   
"Take Two Variety Band" featuring Russ and Donna Miller
 
Russ and Donna Miller celebrate a marriage of music. The Millers have built a name for themselves as Take Two Variety Band, performing a broad range of family-friendly songs at the places they stop. Donna is the drummer. Russ plays the horns or guitar. They both sing. "It is possible to realize your dream, in terms of playing music," Russ said. "One of the things we try to communicate when we're playing is that it's a heck of a lot of fun." "It is possible to realize your dream, in terms of playing music," Russ said. "One of the things we try to communicate when we're playing is that it's a heck of a lot of fun." Visit iTunes.

October 28, Saturday - 6:30 PM    
Robinhood Ain't Looking So Good - Murder Mystery featuring Mysteries Most Wanted

Welcome to Sherwood Forest where rakish Robin, a sly Sheriff, and a not-so-merry band of men are about to take part in a contest with murder as the prize! Visit www.mysterysmostwanted.com 


November 25, Saturday - 12:30-2:30 PM     
SANTA makes his annual visit to Rockwood Mill Shoppes

Ho Ho Ho!!! Each year Santa makes a special stop at the Rockwood Mill Shoppes for the children to bring their Christmas lists and sit on his knee. Mrs. Claus provides cookies for the little ones. Santa enjoys having his photo taken with each child for Christmas memories and cards if you desire.  

November 30, Thursday - Noon   
"Country Christmas" featuring Tina Marie

From a small town in Central Pennsylvania, Tina Marie will present "Country Christmas" with familiar secular and spiritual Christmas classics. A powerful and patriotic performer, Tina Marie becomes a household name nearly everywhere she performs. Her show will put any listener into the holiday mood in the cozy, Christmas atmosphere of the Opera House.  

December 2, Saturday - 6:30 PM   
"Country Christmas" featuring Tina Marie

SAVE THE DATE! 
December 6, Wednesday - 6:00 PM   
Multi Small Business Christmas Party

This special event is perfect for your small business. The evening begins with a pre-dinner wine tasting with light hors d'oeurvres and a chance to browse the shoppes of Rockwood Mill Shoppes and purchase that unique gift from our local craftsmen and the selection of American made gifts. Wine may be purchased to be served with dinner. Your guests will then be escorted to the Opera House for a special Buffet Dinner. By request, the entertainment for after dinner is again an audience interactive murder mystery.

"Sleigh Bells Over Broadway or Go Scrooge Yourself" 
Written by Kathy Miller Haines, Characters inspired by Buster Maxwell Performed by Mysterys Most Wanted

What do you do when an agent signs you to an ironclad contract? In this case, when the agent's name is Ebeneezer Screw and its almost Christmas, you kill him. Journey back to the 1940's Broadway and see how these divas deal with the death of their agent and the opening of their latest production, "Santa Claus, Superstar." 

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